The physiological manifestations include changes in the normal communicative processes expressed through the body language we utilize during interaction. Did you know, for example, that there is a true phenomenon called the "pinnochio effect?" Our nose does grow when we lie! But it grows microscopically. This change in sensation, however, frequently manifests itself with increased touching or rubbing of the nose, or other facial features. Just one of the many clues we will discuss in our training program.
These physiological manifestations are further expressed through our verbal communication. Deception causes changes in delivery, content, and style of the verbal delivery In our program you will learn a key to evaluating communication through Rhoads's "Law of Three." Frequently, as we communicate, we hesitate or pause in groups of three prior to being deceptive. Our lies tend to be told in groups of three. And we use three statements to be persuasive. This is why our instruction is so vital. Unless you learn to evaluate and apply a baseline of communication, misinterpretation is common. Again, remember, if you are expecting a lie, you will find one, even it isn't there.
Symptomology of Deception
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To knowingly or willingly deceive or hide information causes immediate changes in the biological and physiological processes of the deceptive person. The greater the perceived punishment the greater these responses and the easier to identify. This is why we can detect deception.
Causes of Deceptive Behavior
The most common causes of deception are; Excitement, Fear, and the need for self-preservation.
Self-preservation is the second strongest of all human instincts and is centralized in the hippocampus area of the brain. Deception is one of the most prominent reactions and defenses when self-preservation is threatened.
Deception causes mental/ subconscious trauma and anxiety (nervousness) and stimulates abrupt and immediate biological changes in the Limbic System of the brain. Changes due to deceptive behavior are; Biological, Psychological, and Physiological in nature.
Deception causes psychological changes in our Emotions. The most common we experience are:
Fear - Anger - Frustration - Anxiety - Nervousness
These changes in emotions are observable through body language and changes in verbal communication. They are frequently accompanied by: Strong protestations of innocence, Confusion, or a Lack of logic or rationality in their story. They further cause interruption in normal memory and changes in the phenomenological thought process.